Results for December 2009
  • Online Shopping Bouncing Back Slowly
    Despite unyielding economic uncertainties, retail Web sites experienced a surge in activity ...
  • 'Fawlty Towers': AT&T Stops Selling iPhone in New York
    Earlier this month, when AT&T swore to improve iPhone coverage for New ...
  • Report: iPhone, Android Users A Lot Alike
    Awareness of the Android mobile operating system is rising, according to comScore, ...
  • Report: Apps Hot For Holidays
    The volume of apps downloaded to Apple's iPod Touch saw a nearly ...
  • Rumor Has It: Jobs Fired Up For Tablet
    Following rumors that Apple will make a tablet-related announcement in late January, ...
  • Another Look At Facebook Redesign
    GigaOm has some additional thoughts on two screenshots of Facebook's forthcoming redesign. ...
  • Coming Soon, Apple Tablet?
    December is typically top gift-giving season, but the tech and "platform" obsessed ...
  • Pepsi Passing Up TV For Super Bowl
    For the first time in 23 years, Pepsi will not be running ...
  • Mint Prepping Android App
    Mint.com, the popular personal finance site recently acquired by Intuit, is busy ...
  • Android Apps Approach 150,000
    By the end of the year, Google's Android mobile software could offer ...
  • DoubleVerify Is Checking Ad Context Twice
    In an effort to bolster confidence among protective brand marketers, digital media-verification ...
  • Yahoo Pulls Plug On Social Tool MyBlogLog
    Showing how swiftly the winds of fortune can shift across the digital ...
  • HuffPo Shines Under ComScore Direct Light
    The Huffington Post has plenty to celebrate and the end of 2009. ...
  • Portrait Emerges Of Google's Nexus One
    Engadget has new details about Nexus One, the world's first Google-branded smartphone. ...
  • Report: Apple TV Sup Service Looming
    The Financial Times has new details regarding Apple's courtship of the major ...
  • Report: Consumers Spending Plenty O' Time Online
    The average person now spends about 13 hours online each month, according ...
  • The $75 Laptop
    Forbes takes a look at what could someday be the world's cheapest ...
  • Unilever Names Euro RSCG To Digital Roster
    Havas Worldwide's Euro RSCG has been named to Unilever's first global digital ...
  • ReachLocal Reaches For IPO
    Local online marketing company ReachLocal on Tuesday filed for a $100 million ...
  • Who Killed The Yelp-Google Deal?
    Searching for answers -- and even signs of life -- the media ...
  • Report: CBS, Disney Eye iTunes
    The Wall Street Journal reports that both CBS and Disney are expressing ...
  • What Does 'Open' Mean To Google?
    Despite a steady stream of criticism directed toward Google, the search giant ...
  • White House Appoints Cybersecurity Czar
    The White House on Tuesday tapped a former Bush administration official to ...
  • Firefox: Mobile Version 'Days Away'
    The launch of Mozilla Firefox's first mobile phone version is just "days ...
  • Report: AT&T Bests Verizon In 3G
    Surprising even itself, Gizmodo reports that AT&T beat out Verizon Wireless in ...
  • Limelight To Acquire EyeWonder
    Content delivery company Limelight Networks on Monday announced plans to acquire privately ...
  • comScore Seeks To Tie Online Campaigns To CPG Sales With Partnership
    comScore has teamed up with Information Resources to better measure the effectiveness ...
  • AdEX CEO Steps Down
    Scott Rewick, CEO of lead generation and online marketing firm AdEx Media, ...
  • Yelp's Change of Heart
    What sort of man walks away from over half a billion dollars, ...
  • Report: Twitter Profitable In '09
    Thanks to separate search indexing deals with Google and Microsoft, Bloomberg BusinessWeek ...